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HouseLogix - Radio Thermostat CT80

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The MAC Address of the main Control4 Controller that hosts the project

The HouseLogix Radio Thermostat CT80 Control4 driver allows you to use control the HVAC system like you would any other native Control4 thermostat. With support for humidity, scheduling, and remote temperature control, it provides a powerful tool for dealers. Here's a complete list of features we've enabled:
• Remote Temperature Support
o Instead of using the local thermostat's sensor, you can set the temperature to ANY Control4 variable in the project. That means you can use another device like a motion sensor, different thermostat, or wireless contact sensor as the basis.
• Set the schedule using the Control4 interface (touch panels, MyHome PC, and TV interface)
• Set the humidity level
• Control over the following
o Humidifier
o Dehumidifier
o External dehumidifier
o Air baffle
• Property windows showing the thermostat model and firmware version.
• Thermostat LED control
• Send numbers to the Price Message Area of the LCD
• Update the User Message Area text section on the bottom of the LCD
• Reboot the thermostat from programming or within Composer.
• Enable/Disable the Save Energy Mode
• Configure the Night Light setting
• Enable/Disable the lock mode
• Adjust heating and cooling temperature set points
o In heat and cool mode only, there is a known bug on the thermostat preventing set point modification in auto mode
• Set system mode to heat, cool, auto or off
• Change fan mode to Auto or On
• Set the Hold mode (*see dealer notes below)
• View the current temperature
• View HVAC state
• View Fan state
• Change the temperature scale from Fahrenheit to Celsius

Dealer Notes:

• The Wi-Fi module requires power from the furnace "Common" line, or an external transformer in order to run.
• Choosing "Remove Hold" in Control4 will set the CT80 "End Away" status.
• All interaction with the CT80 WiFi Thermostat is done directly over WiFi.
The driver properties must be entered and set in the order in which they are listed in the Composer Properties window.